Based on our Product research and user feedback we see that sometimes when posting, users who are active in both the public community and Stack Overflow for Teams find themselves in a situation like they are talking to twins: even though you know who is in front of you, you still make the mistake of calling a twin the other name. To improve product experience and security, we are moving Stack Overflow for Teams to its own domain at stackoverflowteams.com. These changes should provide users with better visibility into whether they are working within their private team or in the global, public community.
The migration process is iterative. We kicked it off in the beginning of November 2022 and will continue migrating through the end of the year. Once your team’s migration is scheduled, you will receive an email and in-application notifications. When the migration is complete, please be sure to update any existing bookmarks or workflows you have to accommodate the new URL (stackoverflowteams.com/c/your-team-name), as migrated teams will no longer appear in the left sidebar of stackoverflow.com.
We do not expect there to be any impact to Stack Overflow for Teams performance or the ability to access the platform during the migration. However, Teams admins should review and take necessary actions to ensure uninterrupted access to Teams after the migration.
We will appreciate your feedback
If you are a Stack Overflow for Teams user, please report any issues to Teams Product Support and offer feedback to your admins or post it here on meta.
If you have any general questions about the migration process, please feel free to ask them in this question.
We hope the change will make your experience better!